Dangerous Ground (soundtrack)

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Dangerous Ground
Soundtrack album by Various artists
Released February 11, 1997
Recorded 1996
Genre Gangsta Rap, West Coast Hip Hop, East Coast Hip Hop
Length 65:35
Label Jive
Producer B-Legit, Larry Campbell, Cursdog, L.A. Ganz, Irv Gotti, Ice Cube, KRS-One, The Legendary Traxster, Lil Doe Doe, Mark Niles, Redwine, Studio Ton, The Ummah

Dangerous Ground is the soundtrack to the 1997 action film, Dangerous Ground. It was released on February 11, 1997 through Jive Records and was entirely hip hop. The album did pretty well on the charts, peaking at #20 on the Billboard 200 and #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, and spawned a single "The World Is Mine" by the film's star, Ice Cube. "The World Is Mine" made it to #55 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks and #39 on the Hot Rap Singles.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "The World Is Mine"- 3:07 (Ice Cube)
  2. "You're Only a Customer"- 4:15 (Jay-Z)
  3. "The Only Way"- 3:57 (Celly Cel)
  4. "Keep on Pushin'"- 4:26 (MC Lyte, Bahamadia, Nonchalant and Yo-Yo)
  5. "Dangerous Ground"- 3:40 (Keith Murray and Fifty Grand)
  6. "Mr. Shit Talker"- 4:00 (Mystikal)
  7. "Buddup Bap"- 4:45 (Whitey Don)
  8. "Fa-Show"- 3:50 (K-Dee)
  9. "Ghetto Smile"- 4:17 (B-Legit featuring Daryl Hall)
  10. "Perhaps She'll Die"- 3:44 (KRS-One)
  11. "It's Alright"- 5:05 (Too Short and UGK)
  12. "Struggled & Strived"- 4:09 (The Click)
  13. "2 Hands and a Razor"- 4:12 (Spice 1)
  14. "Murder"- 3:43 (Crooked)
  15. "Count on Me"- 5:20 (L.A. Ganz)
  16. "Chocolate Chips"- 3:05 (Lil Doe Doe)